Hi, I'm Evie. I'm fourteen and I live in Suffolk, England. I have loads of plot bunnies bouncing round my head, so I doubt I'll ever stop doing this! :D Have a read of my stories - go on, you know you want to! :p
I have many more original stories over at the-red-chair under the name apollo13 (which I also use on the forums) so please go and check them out.
I am available to beta, so just email me if you want something done - no slash or student/teacher pairings, please.
[Thank you to Abbi, Nikki and Amy!]
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[Thank you Abbi/babekitty92!]
[Thank you Claire!]
[Thank you Colores!]
Teddy - have a read, go on!
Summary: COMPLETE. When trying to decide who might be worse - the Weasley twins or James and Sirius - the Fat Lady retells a story about overhearing James' confession to Lily. One-shot.
ah, cute. :) i could just imagine james getting all stuttery and mumbly. :)
Summary: She placed her head on his chest to see if she could hear a heartbeat. She waited expectantly to hear the gentle thud of his heart beat against her ear. A few seconds turned into several minutes, still no heartbeat. The only heartbeat she could feel was her own as it thumped faster and louder in her chest at each passing second of silence. Why wasn’t his heart beating, unless he really was gone?
“F-Fred, p-please wake up,” she sobbed, not moving her head from her son’s chest.
A look at the Battle of Hogwarts from Molly Weasley’s POV from the death of Fred to her final confrontation with Bellatrix Lestrange.
Okay, I have either got the strangest sense of deja vu, or I have read this before . . .
Author's Response: You probably read it on Fanfiction.net I posted it there first, but I may take it down as this version is a lot better (I think anyway). Did you at least like it?
Yes, I liked - sorry I didn't say earlier, I was just very confused!! >.< It was very good, I think you brought out the emotion very well. I loved the line "Not Harry too", because it was just filled with dread and fear, and it was just perfect. :)
Author's Response: Thank you Evie. I'm glad to hear you liked it. Thanks for the awesome review.
Summary: James Potter fights his first battle and welcomes his first son on the same night.
Challenger: Horsesbella219 The Challenge: “I challenge thee to write about James holding baby Harry for the first time, and his reactions to having a new son, especially during a war.”
I am leahsm2 of Slytherin and this is my entry for the Adoption Center/“I Challenge Thee Challenge”
Beautiful, Leah!! So sweet! You could really feel the raw emotions there!
Summary: The war is over. How will everyone react? Will Harry and Ginny get back together? Or will their love be lost? And most importantly, can everyone learn to live with the choices they made?
wonderful chapter, as per usual, alyssa! :D
Summary: Nineteen years after the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry Potter returns to the Headmaster's office at Hogwarts to have a talk with a long-deceased mentor-and finally understands the true strength of love.
Aw, I love a bit of fluff. :D
Author's Response: thank you! :-)
Summary: Dilys Derwent forever reigns in the annals of wizarding history for her reknown as a revolutionary Healer and her distinguished tenure as a Headmistress of Hogwarts. But who was Dilys, called Dandelion in her youth? This story follows her path to legend.
wow, Rhi, this is so intriguing! Really excellant start, it's very mysterious,a nd I love the style and vocabulary. I already love Dandelion, and hopefully I should have time to come back for more. :)
Author's Response: Evie! *huggles* Thanks so much for stopping by, and I'm glad you liked it!!! <333
Summary: Al doesn't like his name. Or being named after two oddballs. He asks Uncle Ron, “Why couldn’t Mum have named me instead?” so then maybe he could have had a better name. Well, this is why...
Big thanks to Azhure for beta-ing this!
When there is an Americanism in the summary ('Mom' should ALWAYS be Mum), it is not very encouraging. Originally, I actually clicked ont he story just to give that little snippet of advice. However, I am very glad I clicked on this story, because it was so sweet and well written, and, unusually, very original. You did a very good job. :D
Author's Response: Thanks for that 'Mum' thing. Fixed it!.(: My beta told me about that. Slipped my mind. It's a good thing you thought of giving me an advice. And I'm glad too that you even gave my story a chance despite the discouraging summary.xD Thanks for the review!(: